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Erin Fleak

Ohio State University
Prospect Research Analyst and Consultant
Erin Fleak is currently a Prospect Research Analyst and Consultant for The Ohio State University. She earned her MLIS from Kent State University in May of 2015 with a focus in Archives, Special Libraries and Special Collections. Erin completed an internship with the Special Collections Description and Access unit of The Ohio State University Libraries including a finding aid for the Jerry Tarver Collection of Elocution, Rhetoric and Oratory on the ArchivesSpace platform. Other projects completed include an online rare book exhibit focused on Edgar Allan Poe’s “Tell-Tale Heart”, a marketing proposal for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Library and Archives and a journal submission entitled Research and Electronic Resource Access: OhioLINK and Library Consortiums-Is it Fair to Publishers and Authors?. Erin continues to conduct research on access issues related to library and information centers. Prior to earning her MLIS, she earned both a Bachelor of Arts Degree in History and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Religion from Wittenberg University in Springfield, Ohio. Her thesis work at Wittenberg focused on the progression of ecclesiastical architectural symbolism pre and post reformation. In addition to her full-time employment and research endeavors, Erin is a member of ALAO-the Academic Library Association of Ohio, and serves on the conference planning committee for the organization.